Its a valid point. I remember when Mouncey tried to join the AFLW.Slippery slope this one.
Me personally, they should be playing against the blokes and not women as the advantage with their added strength isn't fair to the women.
Mouncy would just destroy the chicks.Its a valid point. I remember when Mouncey tried to join the AFLW.
All I could think of is that she is just as strong as Brown.
Yes - https://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-approves-consensus-with-regard-to-athletes-who-have-changed-sex-1Is a born male turned female (or the other way around) allowed to compete in Olympics?
You're a good poster man, but this is a crap argument.Honestly, if you were born a male you shouldn't be able to play womens sports, its incredibly unfair. Imagine if all the boys that didn't get drafted all of a sudden said I am a woman now, I am playing AFLW. You'd have basically another VFL comp.
Its happening overseas now.You're a good poster man, but this is a crap argument.
I'm not going to say it would never happen because this is a crazy world and saying something will never happen is a good way to get egg on your face....
But it will be extremely rare that men who failed to make it as professional sportsmen decide to transition to women to have a crack at being a professional in women's sport.
The physical process of transitioning is brutal enough. The mental side even more so. It would be insane to do this.
Ducking the issue.Yes - https://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-approves-consensus-with-regard-to-athletes-who-have-changed-sex-1
Source from 2004 but it probably shows the IOC has been looking at this particular issue for a long time (whether you agree with the actual policy or not)